Welcome to Actors Audio & Publishing



Actors Audio & Publishing is a distribution company for unique, high quality audio programs that in many cases will not be available anywhere else.

Like great literature, great audio programming appeals to the imagination. The best audio programming uses great acting, sound design and musical scores to engage the listener, and stimulate the mind to see a very visual image. Our programs will be character and story driven, and produced to make the listener see. Actors and vocal performance will be at the heart of all our programming.

Actors Audio is a division of Cerny/American Creative, one of America's leading sound production companies for the past three decades, and many of our productions have won numerous awards for sound design.

We hope you will find our programs a wonderful listening experience and a great alternative to listening to the radio on the way to work. Wouldn't a great story told by master story tellers be a welcome change of pace?

Close your eyes and open your imagination... to Actors Audio!

Be sure to check out our latest releases!

A Body At Bunco Octogenarian sleuth Myrtle Clover has never heard of the dice game Bunco. Regardless, she steps in as her daughter-in-law's sub. But when a body is discovered, Myrtle realizes another game is afoot.

The Taylor Street Files of Red Cin; Frankie Turk and Lola Lahti were suspended for using excessive violence in the pursuit of justice. So they were the perfect detectives to investigate the murder of the husband of a wealthy young widow who owns Chicago's hottest night spot, Club Red.

Murder in the Boonies: a Sleuth Sisters Mystery; The abrupt disappearance of the renters at the Sleuth Sisters' family farm presents Faye with the chance to do something she's always dreamed of: start a draft horse rescue. But Faye, Barb, and Retta begin to suspect that at least some of the family members didn't leave voluntarily.

Professor McNitt and the Journey to Gambit; Twelve-year-old Corabelle Quinn is positive she doesn't have a single living relative, much less a quirky great uncle named Professor McNitt. As it turns out, Professor McNitt is not only an inventor of bizarre and marvelous things, but the only person who knows two very important secrets.

Gray Girl; It's 1982 and Cadet Jan Wishart has been falsely accused of an honor violation at West Point. She believes her accuser is also the predator who raped her friend. At the honor trial, Jan must defend herself and try to reveal his guilt. Yet, two hundred years of fraternal brotherhood stand in the way.

Cut Too Deep; Jenna Armstrong doesn't want to settle down anywhere. As long as her latest motel room has a television, Wi-Fi, and a vending machine, she will make do. But when her car breaks down, mechanic Ryker seems to show an interest in her. With his muscles, tattoos, and piercings, Ryker literally has trouble written all over him.